The Sultan's Favorite: A Phantom of the Opera Story

The Sultan's Favorite: A Phantom of the Opera Story

Anne Burnside / Jul 21, 2019

The Sultan s Favorite A Phantom of the Opera Story Set in the compelling world of the Ottoman Empire The Sultan s Favorite continues the saga of Erik from the Phantom of the Opera and his journey to a new life and a new love The Phantom Rejected by t

  • Title: The Sultan's Favorite: A Phantom of the Opera Story
  • Author: Anne Burnside
  • ISBN: 9781440119071
  • Page: 305
  • Format: Paperback
  • Set in the compelling world of the Ottoman Empire, The Sultan s Favorite continues the saga of Erik from the Phantom of the Opera and his journey to a new life and a new love The Phantom Rejected by the only woman he loved, Erik tries to leave his past behind to begin a new life working as an architect As the years pass, he accumulates enormous wealth and finds much succSet in the compelling world of the Ottoman Empire, The Sultan s Favorite continues the saga of Erik from the Phantom of the Opera and his journey to a new life and a new love The Phantom Rejected by the only woman he loved, Erik tries to leave his past behind to begin a new life working as an architect As the years pass, he accumulates enormous wealth and finds much success When he is summoned by the sultan of the Ottomans to build a new palace, Erik believes it will be his greatest accomplishment Yet even in another land he cannot escape his bitterness toward the world, and when the creation of the ruler s home appears impossible, his anger only increases But the arrival of the sultan s newest wife awakens feelings Erik thought were long dead The Widow As widow to the ruler of Constantinople, Alexandria must marry the sultan of the Ottomans in exchange for peace Alexandria is the sultan s third wife and soon finds that accepting her new life is much harder than she imagined Will she ever find happiness again When the sultan orders her to work with his architect on her new court, Alexandria discovers a man that hides not only his face, but also his heart.

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    1. The Sultan's Favorite by Anne Burnside is only the third or fourth work of fiction I have read that is based on Gaston Leroux's original Phantom of the Opera and is a continuation of the storyline. Compared to other works I have read in this genre (including the Madrigals trilogy by Jennifer Linforth and Susan Kay's Phantom) I found this novel to be a little disappointing. First, let me start off with some of the positives - for there WERE plenty of good things about this book too. I enjoyed the [...]


    2. I loved ‘The Sultan’s Favorite.’ I picked it up and didn’t set it down again until I was finished. Set in the Ottoman Empire, it delves into the culture and practices of a world that held me fascinated. The characters were enjoyable and I connected with them all. I hoped for Erik and Alexandria to be together even while I felt for the sultan and the position he was in. It was a good romance with an antagonist who is human, not just evil. Erik, the mysterious Phantom of the Opera ghost, i [...]


    3. The Sultan's Favorite was one of the best books I've read all year. The writing was beautiful with a plot full of excitement. I was hooked by the first page and became engrossed in Erik's life. I'm sure most of you know the story of the Phantom of the Opera either from the original book or the movie. Erik was known as the "opera ghost" who falls in love with a beautiful singer named Christine. He always wears a mask since he has a "deranged face" and mostly keeps to himself until Christine comes [...]


    4. I read a lot of stories, based on Gaston Leroux's The Phantom of the Opera, actually, now there are 50+ books more or less related to the poor Erik the Phantom's story. So I can compare."The Sultan's Favorite" is not a good book. Neither as the Phantom of the Opera sequel, nor as the romance novel. It's sad, because there are not many Phantom-based books with settings different from Paris. Here we have Persia mostly.In general, the book is poor written, each tree is signed as "a tree", with smal [...]


    5. I'm actually rather shocked by the reviews of this book. I picked it up on a whim, thinking it would be a good piece of distracting fantasy, and it was anything but. It's written by a woman who doesn't understand her characters, nor the essence of character itself. Erik is written a flat caricature of poorly-executed rage, the female lead is the least interesting heroine in all of literature (and that's saying something, as the title was previously held by Bella Swan in Twilight), and the action [...]


    6. Wow. When can I start again? This is fast paced, fun and you will cry, but not who for you might think. I questioned my own loyalty to Erik for a few moments, something I may never be able to forgive myself for. Be familiar with Phantom and the interactions between, especially between Phantom and Christine, but also his interaction with Raoul. If you catch the undercurrent from Phantom then you will really enjoy their interactions which are not much, but what there is I loved.Its very adult in [...]


    7. This book met my approval. Acceptable dialogue and beautiful details. Burnside's Erik is the ideal Erik in my mind. Angry yet loving, and sad. Fans will really fancy the erotic love scenes! In short, this book would probably pass Erik's test himself!


    8. Benazeer Time wasting. The setting in the novel doesn't match the era she depicted the story in. In ottoman emripe she terribly depicted late 16s century and in Paris part (phantom of the Opera she depicted late 19s. doesn't match each other. Anne Burnside doesn't understand her character nor the essence of characters. although, it was fiction but it seems like she is disrespecting or making fun of Otman empires. There was a huge conflict in character's character Anne Burnside tried to show and [...]


    9. Few characters stick with you even after the book is closed. The tragic hero that is Erik, from The Phantom of the Opera, is one of those characters that will revisit your heart and mind for some time to come. In Anne Burnside’s book The Sultan’s Favorite we catch up with our champion, Erik while he tries to rebuild his life after the horrifying events of the Opera Populare. This story finds Erik now in the Ottoman empire and chief architect to the Sultan. While constructing the new palace h [...]


    10. The Sultan’s FavoriteBY: Anne BurnsidePUBLISHED BY: iUniversePUBLISHED IN: 2009ISBN: 978-1-4401-1907-1Pages: 435Ages: AdultReviewed by Billy Burgess In this sequel to Gaton Leroux’s “The Phantom of the Opera,” the phantom, Erik, is living in the Ottoman Empire. He’s working as the sultan’s personal architect. He’s still mourning the rejection of his love, Christine. The sultan takes a third wife, Alexandria - the widow of the ruler of Constantinople, and demands Erik to make chang [...]


    11. The Sultan's Favorite by Anne Burnside is the single best Phantom of the Opera "sequel" I have read. Much the way Susan Kay's Phantom retold the original story in fabulous detail; Anne Burnside has opened a window into what happened to Erik after the curtain dropped in the original as well as fleshing out the character's background and giving us an insight into his thoughts.The story opens with Erik as the architect in charge of building a fantastic palace for the sultan of the Ottoman Empire. T [...]


    12. Simply thought it was beautiful. Ms. Burnside shows another side to Erik - darker and tougher. Then Alexandria's love changes him.


    13. Amazing story! Great for lovers of Erik, the Phantom of the Opera. Shows his real, angry, and sometimes psychotic character. The ending was ominous however.



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